After a medical appointment the other week, I decided to keep fit and take the stairs down from the fourth (or fifth for US residents) floor rather than the lift (elevator). And what did I spot through the window than a view of the Town Hall and St. Petri spires I'd never seen before? So, having a little time on my hands before a meeting at the very Town Hall a week or so later, I took my camera and a detour. I actually marched one further floor up for this: # 1 Town Hall and St. Petri Church (with St. Jacobi just peeking out in between), as seen from above the rooftops. I next went to the Hamburg hallmark, St. Michaelis Church (fondly known as "der Michel") where I had spotted this unusual view, riding past by car, some months previously: # 2 #3 #4 #5 #6 as reflected in an office building across the road - and as it is usually seen below: #7 Not far from there I later spotted this (St. Katharinen Church) - both are among the five Hamburg Main Churches, similar perspective: #8 and as usually seen: #9 Finally, a view of part of the Town Hall: #10 Comments welcome - and feel free to have your appetite whetted for LaFoto's Germany meet-up as there's lots more to see and photograph nearby!